Details from earlier today…
Let me preface this by noting that today was supposed to be cloudy. The models didn’t do too well yesterday. Let’s see how they do for the weekend.
A frontal system will move through early evening tonight. Only some cloudiness and a low chance of a sprinkle will accompany the front.
Colder air moves in for Saturday. It will be mostly sunny and windy. High 41.
On Sunday, a weak and poorly organized low pressure system moves in later in the day. Sunday starts with some sun, but expect clouds to move in during the late morning. There are some timing differences with the models with the NAM having some light precip in the afternoon, while the GFS is later, into the evening.
Both the GFS and NAM are similar with QPF values of about 0.12 inches water. The precipitation will likely fall as rain or possibly rain mixed with snow, as high temperatures are expected to be about 39 and critical temperatures in the upper atmosphere are borderline too warm for snow.
There are enough model differences with this system, that I expect the forecast to change. Stay tuned.